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Poll: Arizona Voters Oppose Deportation, Border Wall

Both topics have been pushed to the forefront by Trump's presidential campaign.

AZPM and CFSA present Community Interactive: Stories from the Border

A live event featuring a panel of journalists from Mexico and the U.S.

Tucson-to-Mexico Flight Details Announced; Begins in October

One Aeromar flight will stop in four cities in western Mexico.

Trump to Talk Immigration in Phoenix Wednesday

Evening speech will follow meeting with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.

Nation's Latinos Crossing the Digital Divide

Sunnyside program aims to improve the digital literacy of students - and their families

Human Rights Group: Detention Center Photos Show Abuse

A federal judge ordered the pictures be made public after Border Patrol tried to block the release.

Trade Between Arizona and Mexico Continues to Grow

Imports, exports and tourism flow across the border and build the local economy.

Companies, Local Government Step In to Bolster Border Trade

Program opens door to investment in port infrastructure, hours.

Marketing of Two Nogaleses Meant to Breach Economic Wall

The mayors of both communities say they must attract new business for the region to thrive.

Agencies Mishandle Asylum Cases, US Commission Finds

Immigrants who fled danger are sent back to it, 'Barriers to Protection' report says.

69 Dead in Border Desert This Year, on Pace of Trend

Identifying remains is big task at Pima County Medical Examiner's Office.

US Customs Taking Donations to Keep Ports Running

Municipalities, private businesses can contribute to projects at Arizona border.

On Arizona-Mexico Border, 'It's a Community ... Not Separate'

College students immerse themselves in border life, finding common ground.

Can Pilot Program Shorten Commercial Lines at Border?

U.S. and Mexico customs inspectors will combine efforts to inspect trucks once instead of twice.

Tucson Samaritans Offer Food, Water to Migrants in Desert

Stories of people dying in the desert prompted effort to help.

Central American Women Abused, Tucson Official Says

Women fear deportation if they report problems; men use that as means of control.

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